27 March 2020
Are you wanting to get your head around the new “furlough worker” term and how this can be applied in your workplace? In this article You HR Consultancy has summarised the key facts about the UK Governments Job Retention Scheme, who this applies to and how. If you need any support from You HR Consultancy on any aspect of your business regarding your employees or other workers, please do get in touch with us by e-mailing email@example.com. Please keep up to date with the advice from official government and health sources at all times by using our quick links opposite. You HR will endeavour to keep you updated on any... Read More
16 March 2020
Jonna and Ian continue their discussion about the onboarding process in this second video by talking about the importance of engagement throughout the induction process. If you would like to discuss ways to improve your recruitment and onboarding processes You HR Consultancy are happy to help and advise! Just drop us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your needs.
11 March 2020
Off payroll working rules IR35 are going through some changes from April 6th 2020. If you are a private sector business are you ready for changes? Our infographic talks you through the changes to IR35 and how to prepare, including a handy ‘useful terms’ section to help make sense of the jargon used. If you would like further help with this or any of your HR processes please give us a call on 01491 822676. For more information about our services click here.
9 March 2020
Recently Jonna took the time to talk to Ian about his experience as a new employee at You HR Consultancy. This was a great opportunity for us to talk about what went well for us when we were onboarding a new employee and how we practice what we teach. If you would like help with successfully onboarding a new employee then please do get in touch. Further details about our transactional service line can be found here.
3 March 2020
In this video Caroline gives four tips to ensure you can recruit the right candidate for your job opportunity. Recruitment is an important time and should be a time to let your business shine to prospective employees. Do you feel that you employ the best people for your business? If you’d like more help in planning a recruitment campaign we can advise and assist you through the process right through to the onboarding of your new employee. To find out more about our services head over to our Transactional, People and Organisational Development, Organisational Change or Workplace Wellbeing service pages.
28 February 2020
Caroline gives some tips on how to recruit and retain the right candidates in You HR Consultancy’s latest video. If you would like further assistance in recruiting and retaining the right candidates we deliver refreshingly innovative recruitment and selection solutions to ensure success for your every need. Furthermore we can assist you through our People and Organisational Development service line to help you grow your leadership and management people skills, ensuring you maintain the competitive edge you need to retain your biggest asset….“It’s all about the people”. Our Workplace Wellbeing service line can also help in retaining your staff. Our methods of nurturing, valuing and rewarding employees, centre around identifying... Read More
10 February 2020
As we are experiencing adverse weather conditions with winter storms and snow in parts of the country, we wanted to share our ‘Guide to working in winter weather conditions’ infographic. Ensuring that employees have a comfortable working environment, alternative plans or additional working considerations can help your business run smoothly whatever the weather. If you would like further help from You HR Consultancy on writing employee policies and ensuring your handbook is up to date then visit our service pages and contact us on email@example.com to book a free HR Healthcheck.
4 February 2020
Emma talks through ways to handle a workplace bullying concern in this how-to video. If you would like to know more about our services click here.
26 November 2019
If you have ever wondered how to handle a complaint from a member of staff then our video will help. Watch Holly explain what not to do when handling an Employee Grievance, including ensuring that you are following ACAS guidance. For further information read our handy infographic for our HR guidance.
15 July 2019
1. Don’t assume or draw conclusions It’s important to remember that there are two sides to every story and it is vital you don’t make assumptions or draw conclusions without hearing both sides. Facts are key in resolving workplace disputes, without trying to establish all the facts first you are putting yourself at risk of allegations of unfairness. It is rare these situations are clear-cut; the key is to act reasonably and investigate what you can. 2. Don’t avoid the proper procedures When an employee raises a formal grievance, a structured procedure must be followed. If you have a process set out in your Employee Handbook you should refer to... Read More